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Replacement Windows


Here at Superior Window Company, we have dedicated ourselves to providing fellow Texans just like you with state-of-the-art replacement windows.

When shopping for the best replacement windows for your home, the number of options available can be overwhelming.

We understand that struggle!

With so many new windows available; like Aluminum windows, Vinyl windows, Composite windows, Wood Clad windows, and the various types of windows, the choices can seem endless.

We simplify the process so you can select the frame, style, color, and features that will ensure you get the optimal functionality, energy efficiency, and curb appeal you desire.

All of our Energy Star Certified windows are made right here in the great state of Texas and are specifically designed to combat our harsh and ever-changing climate. Texas homeowners can be assured that they are getting the very best from Superior and that your total satisfaction is our number one priority.

From superior window materials to superior window installation services, we offer everything you need in energy efficient windows that last.

Replacement Window
Frequently Asked Questions

A replacement window is a window that’s custom-built to fit within the opening of an existing window. It’s built to fit precisely and can be installed without disturbing the interior and exterior areas around the window.

Here are some sure signs that your old windows need to be replaced:
  • Difficult to open or close
  • Drafty, with air leaking through or around the window
  • Excessive condensation on the inside of the window panes
  • Windows rattle in the wind
  • Paint chipping or peeling
  • High utility bills
  • House is always -too hot in summer or too cold in winter

Condensation is a natural occurrence on all windows and is caused by humidity, or invisible water vapor, present in the air. When this water vapor comes in contact with a surface that is cooler, the vapor turns into droplets of moisture.

Condensation is a direct result of interior humidity and the difference between indoor and outside air temperature. If you keep the humidity in your house low, then the likelihood of experiencing condensation is also low. However, the efficiency of your window will also impact the temperature and humidity level at which condensation occurs. Energy-efficient windows will help reduce condensation.

Here’s why: high-performance replacement windows with low U-factors result in inside glass surface temperatures much closer to the room air temperature. Windows with warm edge technologies and non-metal frames are also less likely to have condensation on the frame or at the edge of the glass.

Insulated “superwindows” with three or more layers will virtually eliminate condensation on the interior surface of the glass — even under extreme weather conditions. Note that in certain conditions (humid mornings after a clear night sky), some windows may have dew on their outside surface. These superwindows are such good insulators, the dew is condensing there just like it does on an insulated wall.

Check the window’s NFRC rating label. The NFRC (National Fenestration Rating Council) is an independent testing organization that rates the “U-Factor” for replacement windows.

This is a measurement of the window’s ability to resist the transfer of heat and cold. U-Factor is the amount of heat transferred through a material. The lower the U-Factor, the slower the rate of heat flow and the better the insulating quality.

Equally important is a low Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC). SHGC measures how well a window blocks heat from the sun. The lower the SHGC, the better a window is at blocking unwanted heat gain.

Because custom windows are made to fit perfectly, they provide the best energy efficiency and can be installed much more easily and with very little mess. Also, because of the myriad of options available that affect appearance and efficiency, custom windows allow consumers to get exactly the windows they need and want.

Standard windows sometimes cost less in the beginning, but other expenses and factors-like additional labor and the disruption to the home-far outweigh the original savings. For example, installing stock windows often requires that you add brick or siding to the exterior, and drywall or other materials to the interior of your home.

Depending on the type of windows you have in your home, the lifespan can be pretty broad.

The need for replacing your windows all comes down to their condition, including functionality, appearance, efficiency, and design.

Here are a few signs that may indicate the need for replacement windows:

  • Your home has construction windows
  • Your home has single-pane windows
  • You experience drafts or colder areas near your windows during the winter
  • Your windows develop condensation
  • Poor window operation
  • Your home’s windows fail to limit outside noises
  • The integrity of your window frames are beginning to break down
  • You’ve noticed Increasing energy bills
  • Your window’s glass becomes hot to the touch from the sun
  • You are unhappy with the way your windows look

At Superior Windows, we provide professionally installed high-quality replacement windows designed to last you a lifetime.

Our Texas made replacement windows are built explicitly for Texan homes, making them ideal for southern climate energy efficiency and longevity.

Superior’s replacement windows will be the last time you ever need to upgrade your home’s windows.


Here at Superior Window Company, we have everything you need. All of our custom window replacements are specially tailored to fit your home and unique style.

With brand new windows that are custom made, built to last, and our expert window installation services, we make sure our Texas customers get the very best from start to finish.

If you are ready to invest in window replacement products and services that are designed specifically for your Texas home, request your consultation or give us a call today at (936) 760-4404. Our window replacement specialists are eager to take your call, answer all of your questions, and provide you with the best customer service you’ve ever had!